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Has anyone used them? Is it a con?
asked by James S. on 4/19/17
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And from what I've read, I agree. Something doesn't smell quite right.
My wife and I have taken an early retirement (in the U.S.) We are considering moving to Europe and we are hoping to lightly work (teach English) while we explore the continent. I've looked at all of Nomad's published information and it seems legitimate on the surface.
BUT...
1. Nomad seems to respond only to the negative reviews. Why not respond to the positive reviews as well if helping people is your stated goal?
2. The Nomad responses to the negative reviews are slicker than greased Teflon. They are incredibly smooth, PR-wise. The person who writes them is extremely talented.

I am not naïve. Nomad obviously is an unabashedly capitalist venture, and anyone over 35 years old can see that. But a world worth living in runs on more than pure capitalism. Craving a better life and making it happen is admirable. But government greed is not the only greed out there, and all of it rots the soul.

Signed, an American Libertarian with a human streak
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From what I've read there's a lot of mixed reviews about them. If there are multiple people talking about money disagreements with them then I wouldn't do it. Honestly, I find it weird that a month after a bad review there's like four or five 5 star sales pitch reviews one after the other. I've read everything they published and I'm really just thinking about doing it on my own.
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Many people say they give him money and he does nothing or is too much trouble to work with. Some say he makes everything up as he goes or only tells clients what will help him make more money from them and then outsources everything to a cheap lawyer he find online. Too many stories of lying and ripoff from people and employees.
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